For Kids

At the Murray Library we believe knowledge is power, and you’re never too young or old to build your knowledge bank.

From toddlers to teenagers, the Murray Library has a wide range of books, materials and activities to keep them entertained. Please ask the library staff for help in finding books, information or to enquire about school holiday activities and community programs. Children under 10 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Rhyme Time

Fun and interactive session of songs, rhymes and stories for infants, toddlers and their grown-ups!

Wednesday 9:30am to 10:00am (Free Session)

To let your child experience some rhyme time at home, click here.

Story Time at Murray Library

Come and join in with exciting stories, rhymes, songs and fun activities!

Thursdays 9:30am to 10:15am (Free session)

Lego Club

A great way for the kids to unwind after school, use the library’s Lego bricks to create a masterpiece. Suitable for 4+yrs

First Thursday of each month, 3.30pm – 4.30pm (Free session)

Code Club

Code Club is a nationwide network of volunteer-led coding clubs with a mission to #getkidscoding!

Designed for 8-15year olds, parents are also encouraged to be involved with their children. Learn and progress together, enjoy sharing the coding experience. You could even become a mentor to help and support others in the group.

Code Club aims to give every child the chance to learn code and programming – all for free!

Thursdays, 3.30pm to 4.30pm (school term only)

Contact the Library to book.



Busythings is an online resource for the early years that includes 115+ fun learning activities that help children learn important skills in the key learning areas of creative development, problem solving, reasoning, numeracy, communication, language and literacy and knowledge and understanding of the world.

Story Box Library

A place where the wonderful world of Australian Children’s Literature is on permanent exhibit Story Box Library in a beautiful online ‘reading room’. Story Box Library connects children with literature through the complementary medium of film, providing our audience with a vibrant, interactive experience via a diverse range of storytellers, each sharing past and present book titles.

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